Celtic love knot

Love~in~Knots display

Our members spent eight works working with different art mediums to create personal and experimental pieces. These extraordinary works will be displayed at the Foundling Museum until January 4th 2022.

River Thames

Healthy Minds 2022 January to March programme

From creating digital poetry influenced by the changing face of Camden to threading trinkets inspired by the unclaimed tokens left behind at the foundling museum, you’ll find something meaningful to do in the cold winter months ahead.

Psychological Health Support Group

Psychological Health Support Group

The psychological health group is slightly different to the other workshops that we run in that it is a formal long term therapy group. The group is suitable for people struggling with interpersonal or emotional issues, who are able to make a regular fortnightly commitment.

FEASTwithus Camden COP26

COP26 in Camden

Mind in Camden were delighted to attend Camden’s Climate Change Alliance COP26 event on Wednesday 3rd November – an exciting evening with thought provoking discussion.

University Student

Student Focus Group – video animation

In collaboration with Student Minds, Voice Collective are looking to create a short film animation raising awareness of how Universities can support students who may be hearing voices, seeing visions or have other sensory beliefs and experiences.

Mental health memes

Mental Health Meme Making Workshop

Join Voice Collective on Thursday 25th November 6:30-7:30pm in making mental health related memes together! This workshop is for a small group of young people (up to 25 years old) who hear voices.

Navigator Volunteer

Become a Navigator Volunteer!

Our service Healthy Minds Community Programme are looking for Navigator Volunteers to help people from Camden reconnect with the local community.

Facilitating Online Peer Support Spaces

Join Voice Collective on Monday 15th November to share in our discussions and learnings around what works in facilitating online peer support spaces, considering the benefits as well as the downfalls of online spaces, in addition to exploring practical facilitation skills.


Support our work

As with any charity, the support we receive from individuals and charitable trusts helps us to continue to provide our essential services. However, support isn’t all about money – we value any kind of contribution you may be able to make to our services or organisation.

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